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01/12/2022
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Eastern Michigan University is updating classrooms for hybrid learning

Eastern Michigan University is gradually upgrading its classrooms to accommodate lessons that are taught in-person and online simultaneously, as part of a new commitment to hybrid-flexible learning. The Ypsilanti school plans to spend $491,000 on its classrooms’ IT refresh during its next fiscal year, according to a budget approved last month by its governing board. Eastern Michigan Chief Information Officer Ron Woody said the university is taking a slower approach to implementing classroom technology to support this type of course gradually to gauge professors’ demand. Emily Bamforth has the details.


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Texas A&M International wants to double the size of its IT help desk to allow for social distancing

Texas A&M International University plans in February to unveil a new in-person IT help desk in a room double the size of its previous space. It will provide more space for employees to work and for students and staff to keep distance when seeking support, Chief Information Officer Miguel Munoa told EdScoop. The revamped in-person help desk is the latest way the Loredo-based university plans to juggle IT support requests as the coronavirus pandemic continues. Emily has more.


City College of New York plans to connect to a 5G testbed

The City College of New York was recently connected to a federally funded 5G testbed in Manhattan, creating opportunities for its researchers to run experiments using high-speed wireless internet in an urban environment, the college announced last week. City College was added to the Cloud Enhanced Open Software-Defined Mobile, or COSMOS wireless testbed, after the telecom firm Crown Castle donated a swath of dark fiber — fiber optic cable that hasn’t been connected to a service provider — to the Harlem college. Check out the full story on EdScoop.


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